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  • Danielle Densmore

    Mother cat and kitten, by Théophile Alexandre Steinlen

  • Caroline Hysell

    siamese kitty cat ~ By Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen

  • Lou

    "Chatte Siamoise Et Son Chaton"- Siamesecat and her kitten by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen

  • Gema Vásquez

    Siamese Cat and Her Kitten (1920) (Sotheby's auction, Jun. 21, 2012)

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Steinlen's Paris home became known as "Cat's Corner". His love of felines found expression  not only in numerous commercial posters, but in many other artistic media including  sculpture, painting, drawing, wall painting, editorial illustration and cartooning.

Théophile Steinlen, "Cat waving its blurring paw" (poster). "'It burns! It burns!' -- cat waves its paw after touching a cigar. Steinlen, first to draw blurring of limbs in art to show motion." Caption from www.wisdomportal....

In 1898 Steinlen published the wonderful Des Chats, Images sans paroles, a large folio of 26 plates featuring humorous cartoon sequences of playful cats getting into all sorts of trouble.

Love this poster. Reminds me of a particular black cat that lives in our house. Except without the frog.

Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923)

By Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923).... reminds my of our beloved Salem. RIP my desk buddy, we miss you every day

Pierrot et le chat 1889, Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, (1859-1923)

Théophile Alexandre Steinlen; this could damn well be a template for my cat tattoo! It has Tasha's pose down PERFECTLY

Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (Suiza, 1858-1923). Cat

♞ Artful Animals ♞ bird, dog, cat, fish, bunny and animal paintings - Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, Chat Pourpre,1900.